A Vanderbilt University Exclusive Workshop

Peer Feedback and Peer-to-Peer Learning

How to save time grading and engage students in writing and reflective assignments

Workshop by

Prof. Lynn Ramey
Professor of French and Faculty Director of the Center for Digital Humanities.
Join us for a faculty-led session covering learnings and best practices of leveraging AI-driven peer assessment.
What to expect:
  • Effective implementation of peer assessment in Humanities disciplines
  • Showcase of individual and team-based learning activities designed for peer assessment
  • How to implement peer-to-peer learning for formative journal reflections and video projects
  • How to leverage peer assessment with smaller fast paced assignments
  • Impact on student engagement, understanding of course concepts and social interactions
  • A short walkthrough of Kritik's AI-driven peer assessment platform and key features
  • 15 minutes of Q&A


June 24th
3 to 4 PM ET
(Online Workshop)
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Professors Alex Gainer

Dr. Lynn Ramey
"As new tools come out, people want to try them. People want to know more about it, you know? I have told people about Kritik because I really like it and my students were very positive about it too!"
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Save Time Grading while Increasing Student Engagement

AI-Powered
Peer-To-Peer Review

Proprietary-technology ensures student evaluations are completed accurately

Grading Made Easy

Customized Rubrics that Match your teaching style

Data-Driven Insights

Kritik notifies you of at-risk or dis-engaged students, and helps guide them in the right direction

Vibrant Online Community

Empower students to connect & learn together
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The Gap Between Online Learning & Personalized Feedback

90% of students indicated that participating in Kritik activities helped them learn course content better
97% of students mentioned they read each and every one of the peer evaluations they receive
94% of students voted for 3 evaluations per creation being the optimum number
97% of students said the grades they gave their peers were the grades their instructor would have given

What Students say about Kritik

“I think using Kritik made writing the final paper less intimidating because it allowed for checkpoints.”
“I really liked being able to interact with the people grading me and vice versa. It felt genuine, and I really felt a desire to help people improve and felt the same from them."
“I think it should be implemented campus wide.”